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# Surname First Name Ship Date Location Reference
             
173637 McCaffer Edward Minerva 1824 23 April 1844 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
             
  Ticket of leave holder. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Singleton charged with stealing a saddle, the property of Robert Cross of Patrick Plains on the ninth of April 1844. Sent for trial
 

 

70973 McCapper (McCaffer) Edward Minerva 1824 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
             
  Assigned to John Larnach. Aged 28
 

 

63686 McLonokee (Mackonochie) Peter Minerva 1824 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
             
  Shepherd aged 22. Assigned to John Blaxland
 

 

21509 Menzies Andrew Minerva 1824 1833 13 June Maitland SG
             
  Obtained Ticket of Leave
 

 

65657 Mikey (Mackay) Alexander Minerva 1824 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
             
  Shepherd aged 30 assigned to John Blaxland junior
 

 

128616 Mold Thomas Minerva 1824 1850 14 August Queanbeyan CDR
             
  Conditional Pardon holder. Deceased
 

 

54425 Moore John Minerva 1824 1837 14 April Newcastle BB
             
  T/L holder. Ticket recommended to be transferred to Maitland by the Bench
 

 

101436 Moore John Minerva 1824 1832 Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
             
  Marriage of John Moore and Charlotte Smith both of Newcastle
 

 

127944 Moore John Minerva 1824 1836 - 37 Newcastle GRC
             
  Ticket of leave holder age 34
 

 

65719 Moore William Minerva 1824 1824 Trevalyn, Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
             
  Bullockdriver aged 22 assigned to George Townshend
 

 

70822 Moss Thomas Minerva 1824 1824 Newcastle CSI
             
  Convict servant assigned to A.B. Sparke
 

 

166759 Moss Thomas Minerva 1824 - - UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
             
  Age 19. Tried 20 March 1824 in York and sentenced to Transportation for life for burglary Admitted to the Retribution Hulk on 4th June 1824 and transferred to the Minerva in July for transportation to NSW.
 

 

65753 Mould (Mold) Thomas Minerva 1824 1828 Ravensfield 1828 Census
             
  Labourer aged 20 assigned to Francis Moran
 

 

65930 Newman George Minerva 1824 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
             
  Labourer aged 31 assigned to A.A. Co
 

 

97705 Newton D Minerva 1824 1828 ? 1828 Census
             
  Assigned to road gang 27
 

 

78901 Newton David Minerva 1824 1850 21 September - MM
             
  Granted conditional pardon
 

 

97703 Newton David Minerva 1824 1831 20 August Newcastle NGE
             
  Labourer from Lancaster. Admitted to Newcastle gaol 20 August. To be confined in a cell 7 days save 1 hour daily during which he is to be employed in the purposes of the police in charge of a constable. Discharged 22 August
 

 

97704 Newton David Minerva 1824 1837 Sydney GRC
             
  Aged 40. Assigned to the hospital in Sydney
 

 

115808 Newton David Minerva 1824 1833 September Paterson Secondary Punishment
             
  Return of Corporal Punishment inflicted by Sentence of the Bench in the presence of P.N. Anley, Magistrate. 50 lashes for drunkenness and neglect as scourger. Back much cut but did not bleed
 

 

169298 Newton David Minerva 1824 10 October 1840 Newcastle gaol Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
             
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from New England district. Sent to Hyde Park Barracks
 

 

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